MacPractice, SUNI Medical Imaging offer Native MacSensor solution

Oct. 17, 2008
Solution comprises the recently introduced SuniRay sensor and MacPractice DR (Digital Radiography/Photo) software, version 3.5.1.

SAN ANTONIO, Texas--MacPractice, Inc., developer of MacPractice DDS, and Suni Medical, Imaging, Inc., a leading manufacturer of dental intraoral sensors, have collaborated to deliver a new MacSensor solution.

The solution comprises the recently introduced SuniRay sensor and MacPractice DR (Digital Radiography/Photo) software, version 3.5.1.

This manufacturer-direct MacSensor Solution, available through MacPractice, is extremely affordable. The SuniRay sensor features an excellent warrantee from Suni.

The SuniRay sensor uses the latest CMOS technology to deliver high-image quality with diagnostic capabilities. SuniRay's ergonomic design and rounded corners help ensure easy positioning and optimal patient comfort. The unique design of its reinforced cable attachment and hardened outer casing makes SuniRay durable and reliable.

Suni's plug and play sensors are easy to install and move from treatment room to treatment room. Since one size does not fit all patients, a smaller size is available for children and adults with special anatomical considerations.

A SuniRay Size #1 and #2 sensor kit, including installation and training, is priced at $13,495 for Mac users. MacPractice DDS users will also need to purchase MacPractice DR with the SuniRay Interface. With this, they may capture, view and manipulate images on computers for which they have a license for MacPractice DDS.

Through Dec. 31, MacPractice is offering MacPractice DR to SuniRay buyers for $1,500 plus $200 for annual support and updates. This is a savings of $1,000. Suni is discounting a SuniRay sensor kit by 10%, an additional savings of $1,350.

"MacPractice is very excited to deliver a new MacSensor solution this month utilizing the outstanding SuniRay sensor from a major independent manufacturer with an excellent reputation for service and support," stated Mark Hollis, MacPractice president. "This is the no-compromise solution for which dentists who prefer to use a Mac have been waiting."

Dentists are encouraged to view QuickTime demonstration movies of MacPractice DR and MacPractice DDS after registering at

Some 2,300 doctor offices have chosen MacPractice to provide their practice management software and technical support. MacPractice, Inc. also supports the use of DentalMac, MediMac, and ChiroMac for several hundred offices.

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